Hi Debra, I was wondering if I have a right to call the police station and ask for a written report describing what had happened (since the official police report was not filed, I did not have to sign anything). What has been happening now is that the rumors are being spread at my former employment place about the cause of my dismissal that do not reflect the truth and might affect my professional reputation. I realize that I cannot get my job back, but I need to protect my reputation.
You can certainly ask and explain why you want this information and then see what they say.
Do the police have an obligation to provide me with a document describing what had happened?
Their records are theirs.
The only time they have to provide this information if is you were charged and then it would be part of the disclosure.
I wrote a letter to ceo and requested investigation. If they choose to do so will the police give them the information?
But it's up to the police.
What would you do if you were me?
I would call the police, explain the facts, ask for a copy of the report and if they say know as what you can have even is some of the information from their report needs to be whited out.